Ski season off to good start at the Snow Bowl

Contending with a warmish start to the ski season and staff shortages (like nearly every other business), the Middlebury College Snow Bowl still has seen a good early season with a jump in the number of guests.

It’s time for ‘Company’

A production of a Stephen Sondheim musical is always an event, but the master composer’s death this past November gives the upcoming Middlebury production of “Company” a new poignancy. 

Junior forward powers Panther men’s hoop

When Alex Sobel walks into a basketball gym, he instantly commands attention.

Karl Lindholm: Who is Art Pepin — to me?

Art Pepin had a big personality, was affable in the extreme: a raconteur; a crooner — he loved to sing and recite whole poems from memory (Frost’s “Birches,” for example). He said he was in the “business of making friends.”

Men’s hoop, women’s hockey teams rolling

In recent Middlebury College action, the men’s basketball team stretched its winning streak, women’s hockey remained unbeaten with a weekend sweep, the women’s basketball team split two home NESCAC games before falling in a non-league contest, and the men … (read more)

Men’s hoop wins highlight Panther slate

PANTHER FORWARD ALEX Sobel draws a foul early in the Middlebury men’s basketball team’s win over Hamilton on Saturday, which improved the Panthers to 11-2, 2-0 in NESCAC play. Sobel scored 28 points and grabbed a career-high 21 rebounds in the game.Indepe … (read more)

Panther women’s hockey pulls out OT win over Gulls

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College women’s hockey coach Bill Mandigo could be philosophical after Saturday’s home game. His team, top-ranked in NCAA Division III, had just dodged an upset by visiting No. 10 Endicott. Mandigo’s 9-0 Panthers won, 2-1, by scori … (read more)

Women’s hockey, men’s hoop win for Middlebury

In recent Middlebury College sports action, the women’s hockey and men’s basketball teams kept up their winning ways, men’s hockey won once in three outings, and women’s basketball dropped its only game.

College delays J-term, eyes omicron

Middlebury College has delayed the start of the upcoming winter term and students’ return to campus. It is also preparing for more COVID-19 cases in the wake of the omicron variant.

Karl Lindholm: Midd hoop: Here we go again

When the note came across my computer that the college was shutting down early for the holiday break, the Thursday before the last day of classes and the week prior to exams, I was dismayed.

College goes remote as COVID-19 surges

A surge in COVID-19 cases at Middlebury College last week prompted an abrupt shift to remote instruction, and the college is encouraging students to leave early for winter break, if they can.

Men’s hoop cruises past Cardinals

In the team’s last action of the first semester, Middlebury men’s basketball eased past host SUNY Plattsburgh, 82-61, on Wednesday, Dec. 8.

Women’s hoop wins first-semester finale

The Middlebury College women’s basketball team improved to 6-3 with an 81-60 victory at SUNY Plattsburgh (3-6) on Wednesday, Dec. 8.

Middlebury College goes fully remote on Friday amid COVID outbreak

After reporting 47 new cases of COVID-19 since Wednesday, Middlebury College switched to remote instruction Friday morning and is encouraging students to leave early for winter break, which begins after exams end on Dec. 19.

Men’s hockey comes up short in openers

After seeing its first four games canceled or called off due to COVID protocols, the Middlebury College men’s hockey team finally played this past weekend.

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